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The Face of the Other

By Clara A. B. Joseph

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Format: Paperback, 76 pages
Published In: United States, 05 September 2016
An evocative and thought-provoking collection of poetry that reveals more to the reader with each reread. Clara Joseph covers a wide range of themes and ideas whilst tying them all together under the repeating image of the face, seen from many different angles and in different guises. The author seamlessly transitions between personal poems of change, transition, or personal philosophizing, to more public issues of justice and injustice, violation and destruction, all the while returning - unblinking - to the perception of the other within the world. Ultimately, this book is about what it means to meet the other person.

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It is impossible to read Clara Joseph's The Face of the Other without being touched profoundly by its beauty and pain, love and hurt, by the awful predicament of a sensitive vulnerability at once broken and yet still hopeful. What comes through these enchanting words is a deep compassion, eyes open, bloodied, yet reaching out. - Richard A. Cohen, author of Out of Control: Confrontations between Spinoza and Levinas A tough, emotive book in which the self 's "brokenness/ dances to the edge" of another consciousness. Fittingly, these linked poetic meditations about facing the other do not flinch in the face of hard subjects, but instead look them long in the eye. Reader, these pages hold intense beauty and solace. Accept their invitation. - David Goldstein, York University Intelligent, thoughtful, and provocative, this sensual work ranges from the sacred to the profane in language that mixes the philosophical and the vernacular. With The Face of the Other, the well published Clara Joseph makes a stunning debut as a poet. - Ken McGoogan, author of Lady Franklin's Revenge

EAN: 9781925231359
ISBN: 1925231356
Publisher: Digital Publishing Centre
Dimensions: 21.59 x 14 x 0.46 centimeters (0.11 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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